Luxury Villa Vista in Zamask. Show on Map
Offering free bikes and a garden, as well as a terrace, Villa Vista in Zamask (Haus für 6 Personen) is set in Pazin, 20 km from Pazin Castle. Guests staying at this villa have access to free WiFi and a fully equipped kitchen.
This air-conditioned villa features 3 bathrooms with a shower and a hair dryer.
The nearest airport is Pula Airport, 68 km from the villa.
- Bedroom 1: 1 double bed
- Bedroom 2: 1 double bed
- Bedroom 3: 1 double bed
***Winner of Best Holiday Home in Europe Award 2017 for the Best Unique Spot Holiday Home*** This really unique property is located in Zamask, a tiny hilltop village, offering some of the most spectacular views of Istria. Surrounded by a gorgeous countryside with rolling green hills, vast meadows, vineyards, and olive groves, Villa Vista is just right for a peaceful and relaxing vacation and is the perfect setting for those who want to be close to the coast, but love to return to the peace and tranquility of the countryside after a day exploring. The Villa comprises three bedrooms with panoramic windows and en-suite bathrooms, offering exceptional comfort as well as stunning views.
As soon as you open your eyes in the morning, you will see the breathtaking, evergreen landscape framed by the blue of the sky, while at night the twinkling stars create a very special and romantic atmosphere. Villa for 6 persons: approx. 255 m2 on two floors. Traditional building materials are coupled with modern design and luxury furniture. The ground floor comprises a spacious and bright living/dining area including a fully equipped kitchen island, a dining table, a large couch, an impressive
Excursions available: Venice, Plitvice Lakes National Park, Brijuni National Park, canoe safari, jeep safari, “Fish Picnic” boat excursion, visit to the city of Pula, Istria tour, visit to the Postojna coves in Slovenia, the famous Lipizzaner stud farm, Zagreb and many more. Istria for gourmets The variety of Istrian cuisine comes from its rich history and the influences of foreign rulers, which are still to be found in numerous dishes. Elements of the Italian, European (Austria and Hungary) and Slavic are all represented in the Istrian kitchen. The north-western coast of Istria is rich in gastronmic delicacies: tasty mussels, the best sea-tongue from the Tarska Vala, delicious oysters from the Lim Fjord and the scampi from the bay of Kvarner.
The centre of Istria offers traditional snails from Galizana, olive oil from Vodnjan and Tar, truffles from the valley of Mirna and the widely available wild mushrooms. Wines The Roman writers glorified not only the Istrian olive oil, but indeed the numerous wines of the Istrian peninsula. Wondrous powers were assigned to the Vinum Pucinum, and the Roman empress Julia Augusta thought she owed her vitality and unusual old age to